Tucker Poolman

In May of 2017, Krampade and Tucker Poolman entered into a long-term endorsement agreement.
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Tucker Poolman, a native of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, was a standout defenseman for the University of North Dakota men’s ice hockey team from 2014-2017. His scoring prowess was clearly demonstrated in the 2016-2017 season when he tallied 30 points on 7 goals and 23 assists, after scoring 24 points the prior season. Always a great shot blocker, his knack for blocking shots was on display during UND’s 2016 NCAA tournament games. He is recognized for his leadership on and off the ice, as well as for his intelligent play, being assessed only 17 penalties during his entire NCAA career. A high performing athlete in the classroom, he was named to the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) Academic All-Conference team all three years at UND, culminating in receiving his bachelor’s degree in economics in the spring of 2017. Prior to playing at UND, Tucker played for the Omaha Lancers (2012-2014) in the United States Hockey League (USHL) and one season for the Wichita Falls Wildcats of the North American Hockey League (NAHL). In the spring of 2017 he signed a contract with the Winnipeg Jets of the National Hockey League, where he is expected to make an immediate impact on the blue line.

Career Achievements

  • All-American (first team) by American Hockey Coaches Association (2017)
  • NCHC defensive Defenseman of the Year (2017)
  • All-NCHC First Team (2017)
  • All-NCHC Tournament Team (2017)
  • UND Team Most-Valuable Player (2017)
  • NCHC Academic All-Conference Team (2015, 2016, 2017)
  • Dave Tyler Junior Player of the Year Award (2013-2014)